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The historic, ever-changing district of King s Cross is the focus of three artists projects commissioned by Camden Arts Centre. The thought-provoking work produced in 2008-9 goes on display at the centre next weekend. Art and architecture collective publ

The historic, ever-changing district of King's Cross is the focus of three artists' projects commissioned by Camden Arts Centre.

The thought-provoking work produced in 2008-9 goes on display at the centre next weekend.

Art and architecture collective public works roamed through King's Cross on their mobile Folk Float, gathering opinions about how people can take control of regenerating their community. Their exhibition will establish a forum within the gallery for invited groups and individuals to continue this process.

Antwerp-based artist and film-maker Ria Pacqu�e made a series of journeys to and through King's Cross last summer. She secretly recorded the people, streets and neglected spaces encountered for her film, Return Of The Witness (still pictured).


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For his project - Saturday Night TV - William Hunt invited performers on to a stage. They were attached to a lie detector in an X Factor style show exploring the nature of performance art and the elements an audience perceives as authentic in performance. Hunt's film of the project and ephemera related to it form his contribution to the exhibition entitled Junction.

o Junction runs this weekend at Camden Arts Centre, Arkwright Road (near Finchley Road tube station). Open 10am to 6pm.

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